In collaboration with the One Campus, One Book Committee and its 2013-14 selection, The Laramie Project, we’re screening the film version, which tells the story of the aftermath of the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. Directed by Moises Kaufman, 2002, 97 minutes.
The Westside is closer than you think. At the Museum of Tolerance you will be challenged to think beyond the walls of ordinary museums, explore human nature, and challenge prejudice and discrimination. After the museum, we will go to the Original Farmer’s Market/The Grove where you can see the best of old and new L.A. Tickets are $5 for this event and can be purchased at the U-SU in Room 306, from Thursday April 3 – Wednesday, April 23. All participants must use transportation provided by the U-SU to and from the trip location. Funded by the Student Success Fee.
Dean's List honorees, recipients of scholarships and grants, as well as honor societies and Honors College participants will be honored at the program. In addition, new freshmen will be recognized for having entered the University with a 3.5 GPA or higher on their high school records.
If you want to help protect the ocean you love from pollution, Heal the Bay can help. Start by volunteering with your friends and family at this month's beach cleanup in Santa Monica. This community outreach and sustainability project is just one of many ways you can protect what you love. More at www.asicsula.org/heal.
Singer, songwriter, model, activist, photographer - and former first lady of France - Carla Bruni will make a very rare Los Angeles appearance to perform songs from her fourth studio album, Little French Songs.
In an increasingly interdependent world, we share responsibility for the security of all human beings. Is it possible to transform a culture of violence into a culture of peace? The panel exhibit will be accomapanied by a concert, entitled "Rebirth," on May 1-2, 2014.